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to cover their costs. dan sumner says the new price of milk would be far above what it now costs dairy farmers to produce it. >> it really will be chaos. >> reporter: so we would go back to this old farm bill which would force the government to buy milk at an extremely high price. >> that's right. >> reporter: this could be a windfall for dairy farmers. >> well, here's the problem for dairy farmers. they don't want chaos in the milk market. it sounds good. gee, everybody will double or triple the price, but who's going to buy it? >> caller: nobody will buy it. >> nobody will buy it. >> reporter: shoppers couldn't understand why congress couldn't solve this problem. >> they all need to be fired. if they want to continue to eat, the bill needs to be passed. that's where we get our food, people. >> reporter: we called the department of agriculture, and they say they have no plan to avoid the scenario. in terms of a price increase, a spokesperson says they have no time for when or if there will happen. john blackstone, cbs news. >>> federal officials are trying to figure out how a jet got
was determined that he was going to get it. a month later when sumner rejected the delegates for to be seated as congress people from louisiana which lincoln really wanted sumner got up and filibustered and destroyed their chances of being seated, mary wanted to, she literally wanted him murdered because he had defied her husband. >> in that same vein later in the movie mary tells her husband, "all anyone will remember is that i was crazy and i ruined your happiness." do we know if she really said that? >> i'm almost certain she probably never did, although i think she thought it. and i think she was afraid of that. i think that she was very self-aware and very self-punishingnd didn't know how to fix that image problem except to get angry at the people who were assailing her and then make the image problem worse until at some point she finally sort of gave up on the idea that anybody was ever going to really like her. but she didn't really see her job in life to be liked. her job in life was to protect him. she adored him. she made his life difficult. he also made her life difficult. i think
and the lead cardinal had too much game. former tennessee coach pat sumner was on hand probably thinking what everyone else was, how do we stop her? the first. she's there for the put back. a double-double, 21 points, 19 rebounds. stanford remains undefeated at 11-1 with a 73-60 holiday victory. for the men, cal hosting. >>> a break on the schedule for cal. it wasn't close. justin could be, 1 on the night. one-handed jam. and then the steal. you know what's coming. he had 23. cal shot 50% from the field and win it 85-53. usf facing san diego state in hawaii. cole with a three. but they got lit up. 33 points on the afternoon. san diego state now 10-1. dons drop to 5-5. 80-58, that final. the falcons beat the lions last night on saturday night football clinching the top spot in the nfc. home field advantage throughout the playoffs. receiver calvin johnson broke the single season record in receiving yards set back in 1995. it was all detroit fans really had to cheer about. their season is going nowhere. matt ryan threw for 279 yards and four touchdowns. watch the catch by julio jones. gets both
-watch. apple working with intel on a bluetooth watch expected to come out by sumner addition to communicate wirelessly with other devices it will and receive e-mail, texan facebook' hrerts even -- and text alerts. "wall street journal" says 24 frozen tuition, -- students are choosing schools like shoe shopping. at new york stock exchange i'm jane king. >>> death toll has reached nine in a tour bus crash on icy highway in oregon. it happened yesterday in frigid conditions on i-84 in northwest oregon. the driver of the bus lost control and slick pavement. the bus skidded through a guardrail tumbleed several hundred feet, 40 were traveling from las vegas to vancouver, in addition to the nine who died, more than 20, including the driver injured. they are being treated at hospitals in oregon, washington and idaho. >>> he tried to give police the slip and then he disappear. the family of the man who vanished after jumping into a north bay creek is launching its own effort to find him. >>> how you can get a tax write-off, help neighbors in meaningful way to ring in the new year? goodwill of san fr
too much game. pat sumner was on hand probably thinking what everyone else was, how do we stop her? the first. she's there for the put back. a double-double, 21 points, 19 rebounds. stanford remains undefeated at 11-1 with a 73-60 holiday victory. >>> a break on the schedule for cal. it wasn't close. justin could be, 1 on the night. one-handed jam. and then the steal. you know what's coming. he had 23. cal shot 50% from the field and win it 85-53. usf facing san diego state in hawaii. cole with a three. but they got lit up. 33 points on the afternoon. san diego state now 10-1. dons drop to 5-5. 80-58, that final. the falcons beat the lions last night on saturday night football clinching the top spot in the nfc. receiver calvin johnson broke the single season record in receiving yards set back in 1995. it was all detroit fans really had to cheer about. their season is going nowhere. threw for 279 yards and four touchdowns. watch the catch by julio jones. gets both feet down. falcons led at the half. megatron needed 182 yards in two games to break the record. 21-yarder left him four
. they become writers afterwards. siamese deep friendships that sumner and out of that we decided to create an anthology of work from vietnam. short fiction that vietnamese are doing about the aftermath of the war and do an anthology that. today that i had to go to vietnam for the first time since the war. >> was that experience like for you quite >> it was an emotional roller coaster. everybody was friendly to me. you experience a lot of that when you go back. you see the country at peace, which is wonderful. there were moments that it became emotionally trying, but they were really moment that they hope the grief that i could let things go. getting defeated in these writers did a whole series of their books. i'm a writer, so that's the way i get into somebody else's head. i try to do my own books and this was an intimate relationship on those levels, on the loss of the commonalities of being writers and what they wrote about in the personalities. i've gone back about 10 times by the time homer had contacted me. >> by the name wandering souls? >> wandering souls isn't it meets confit that
clay, thaddeus stevens, charles sumner, robert byrd, general persing, general mcarthur, ten presidents, 31 in all lay in state, only 31 in the history of the united states of america under this dome. this is an honor to state the obvious that very few americans, some truly great americans never, ever received. in each and every american who's been granted the honor according to danny today, they have been granted it because they possess a particular quality that we view as uniquely american. it's thoroughly appropriate that our friend, danny, is granted this honor because he was in every sense the qint american possessing every virtue that we like to ascribe to our country. , the dop of danny's life, the country was emerging from a great war, a war that left the rest of the world in ruins, but placed america squarely in the center of world leadership for the first time in our history. yet on the horizon was the greatest economic depression this nation had faced or has faced sense. his mother, his mother, the first of her generation in hawaii to immigrate from japan at a time when there
. jessica. henry clay, thaddeus stevens, charles sumner, hubert humphrey, robert byrd, admiral dewy, general macarthur, 10 presidents, 31 in all lay in state, only 31. in the history of the united states of america. under this dome. this is an honor to state the obvious that very few americans, some truly great americans, never, ever received. and each and every american who has been granted the honor accorded to danny today, they have been granted it because they possessed a particular quality that we view as uniquely american. and it's thoroughly appropriate that our friend, danny, is granted this honor because he was in every sense the qui at the sention -- quintessential american. he possessed in my view every virtue that we like to ascribe to our country. the dawn of danny's life, the country was emerging from a great war, a war that left the rest of the world in ruins but placed america squarely in the senator -- center of the world leadership for the first time in history. getting on the horizon was the greatest economic depression this nation had faced or has faced since. his mother,
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